Question about Kenmore 73053 Gas Kitchen Range
Our lower heat element in our Kenmore Oven burned out and broke. We
ordered a new element. When taking out the old element, we noticed that the left side was not plugged into any wires, just the right side had a wire with an end that slid onto the element. Can anyone tell me if the other side has a wire too? I stuck my finger into the hole, but did not feel a wire??????
Hey- Disconnect power. pull back cover to access wires for element. Re-connect wires and loosely re-position insulation. Reinstall back cover and chk operation.- Hope this helps- ED
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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